Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Curb Your Enthusiasm
|Larry and Cheryl leave a dinner party after just getting there late. Larry leaves his watch behind. Why does he not want to go back in and get it?|| "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
He doesn't want to do the double-goodbye. And what a dinner party that was! I don't think anyone would want to go back in on that one!
|Where did Larry first see the two-toned shirt he eventually bought three of at "Carusso's"?|| "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
On the picture of a dead guy. Poor Chet. But what a great shirt he's wearing in that picture!
|Ted Danson does something that Larry did also, to upset a homeowner. What did they both do?|| "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
threw their trash away in the homeowners' garbage can on the street. Larry threw away his apple in the very beginning of the show, and Ted threw away his half of the shirt at the very end of the show.
he saw his shrink at the beach, wearing a thong. Richard Lewis ended up quitting the same shrink also at the same time Larry did, and they both ran into Rob Reiner in the waiting room on the way out!
|In the episode where Basketball Great, The Shaq appears, what did Larry do to Shaq at the game?|| "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
Accidentally tripped him. "I was just stretching my legs!"
Garlin. And Jeff is Larry's real manager, on and off the show!
Jeff. Jeff's not just a manager, he's Larry's pal. He gets himself into quite a bit of trouble too! It was so funny when he and Larry quibbled over who was going to be the cowardly lion at a kid's party. Poor Jeff. He thought he got stuck being a fat tin man that scares little children, but not so! Jeff gets to be the cowardly lion, afterall....
Larry David. Larry inspires me because he is so honestly open about how he feels. It can be a good thing, or most often, just gets him into more trouble. True things are the funniest things.
"Seinfeld". Larry and Jerry both were writers of "Seinfeld".
|In the "Grand Opening" episode - the finale of season 3, who played the French chef with Tourette's Syndrome?||"Curb Your Enthusiasm"
Paul Sand. Nye plays Jeff's dad, Dooley plays Cheryl's dad and Danson was an investor who backed out. Paul Sand was a semi regular on the old "Carol Burnett Show" and was hysterical in the Robert Redford movie "The Hot Rock".
|In the "Interior Decorator" episode from season 1, what actress was Larry supposed to meet with -- but missed because of a 'delay' at his doctor's office?||"Curb Your Enthusiasm"
Diane Keaton. You never do actually get to see Diane Keaton -- but you do hear her voice.
Richard Lewis. Highly neurotic Richard Lewis is a good match for Larry.
"Sour Grapes". This is a very funny, overlooked film starring Steven Weber of "Wings".
Bobo's. Bobo's?...Strange name for a Beverly Hills restaurant.
Bill Clinton. Even though, Jerry Seinfeld ONLY appeared in the pilot, which was not part of the series, Bill Clinton never appeared on "Curb."
|Before "Seinfeld", Larry David was a writer and regular performer on what television show?||"Curb Your Enthusiasm"
"Fridays". Michael Richards (Kramer) was also a cast member. Although, Larry was a writer and occasional (rarely) performer on "SNL", he was an original member on "Fridays".
Brooklyn. Now you know where all the New York references came from on "Seinfeld".
It was the perfect length.. Larry said it was also the perfect width. That was his specialty. (Having seen the movie, I agree that being the perfect length and width may have been the ONLY good thing about "Sour Grapes".)
Todd. He was not expecting to talk as he was there to support his ex-girlfriend.
Cheryl's prescription. He meant to give the $20. He didn't notice the mistake until they were at the pharmacy trying to fill the prescription.
It had an electrical wire ruining the view in their back yard.. After their neighbor refused to sign a petition allowing the David's to bury the wire underground, they had to move.
They were going to play a new computer golf game.. Susie Greene expressed her anger as only she can.
Tap him on the shoulder.. He told her that he always wanted it. So whenever she wanted it as well, she just needed to tap him on the shoulder. When she tried it the very next night, he was not in the mood.
Larry figured out how to use his car's navigation system.. Larry pointed out that his father really has a wig too.
None. She left no note.. Larry said "Would it have killed her to leave a note?"
AAMCO . Larry thought the car honking in the commercial ("double A...beep beep...M-C-O") was the car behind him and yelled at him. The man in the other car got so mad that he rammed Jeff's car and drove off.
9:30. Larry thought it was 10:00, but since Brad and Julia have kids, they said it was 9:30 for phone calls, and really earlier for visits.
$30. He gave $10 to the second attendant to give to her, and then another $20 when the woman tracked him down in the parking garage and refused to believe that there was $10 waiting for her.
Someone cancelled his credit card.. He was unshaven and dressed in workout clothes. He also was thanked by a homeless man. This caused the women in the sotre to fear that he was going to rob him. He called Lewis to go in for him but it was closed for lunch and when they tried to go back, a blind man asked for their help moving furniture which took so long they closed for the night. Finally, the next day, he fought with Lewis also causing the women to not let them in.
He refused to pick up the man's golf ball which rolled halfway between them.. Larry claimed he had a bad back which prevented him from bending over. In fairness to Larry, it WAS just as close to the other man than it was to him so why didn't he get it himself?
Heaven . According to Larry, he used it to describe a chocolate bar and a parking space. Later, Ted uses it to describe the weather.